We now deliver to 66 countries worldwide. Stand in front of a mirror with your legs slightly apart.
And don't pull the tape measure too tight. Measure around the fullest part of the bust and across the shoulder blades of your back. When measuring the bust for women's underwear and swimwear, follow the bra measuring guidelines. Measure at the natural waistline, just above the hip bone. Remember - women's fashion trousers will have bigger waist measurement, as they are low rise and do not sit on the natural waistline. Measure around the fullest part of your hips. As a guideline this is often 20cm below your natural waistline.
We would love to know you better so that we can make your experience more fabulous in the future! This is then doubled to provide a measurement of Waist - 34". Oftentimes sellers will provide a waist measurement range; usually for stretch, elastic, or drawstring waistlines. The measurement is obtained by using the standard methods shown above then adding a second measurement while gently stretching the waistline a reasonable amount to show a maximum waist measurement.
The skirt may have a relaxed measurement of 17" doubled to 34" then gently stretched to 19" or doubled to 38" to provide a measurement of Waist - 34"" gently stretched. The skirt is measured across the hip with the garment lying flat, not stretched, but relaxed. The measurement is taken from side to side directly at the hip line.
In the picture below the measurement is 23". This is then doubled to show a measurement of Hip - 46". The length measurement is obtained by measuring the skirt lying flat, from the top of the waistband to the bottom of the hemline. The measurement may be shown as Length - 21" no picture shown. In the picture below the measurement is 18". This is then doubled to provide a measurement of Waist - 36". The rise measurement is obtained by measuring the pant from the crotch seam to the top of the waistband as shown below.
The measurement in this case would be shown as Rise - 12". A difference of one leaves you with an A cup, while a difference of two equals a B cup, three equals a C cup, four equals a D cup, and so on.
Strip down to your underwear and stand in front of a full-length mirror. To get the correct waist measurement, make sure your underwear isn't cinching your waist. You may need to remove it. While standing straight, bend over to the front or side and make a note of where your body creases.
This is your natural waist. It's the narrowest part of your torso, generally located between your rib cage and belly button. Wrap the tape measure around your natural waist. Keep it parallel to the floor. Do not hold your breath or suck your stomach in. Hold your body erect in a comfortable standing position to get an accurate measurement. Be sure you don't draw it too tight.
Look at the number in the mirror or carefully look down at it while keeping your back straight. Mark the number down on paper. Wrap the tape measure around the fullest part of your hips and buttocks. This is usually located 7 to 9 inches Keep the tape measure parallel to the floor. Bring the tape measure together in the center front. Be sure to prevent yourself from drawing it too tightly.
Look at the number in the mirror and bend your head down while keeping your feet together and your legs straight. Mark the measurement down on paper. This is used for dress slacks and other pants, and is especially helpful in determining the best length to search for.
Remember to take your shoes' heel height into account. Enlist the help of a friend if you can, or if no one's around to help, select your best fitting pair of jeans to measure your inseam. Measure the inside leg. Ask your friend to use a tape measure to measure the length of your leg from your ankle up to the bottom of your crotch. You should be standing with your leg straight while this is done.
If you're using a pair of jeans, extend the tape measure from the bottom hem straight up to the lowest point of the crotch area. Round the number up to the nearest half-inch and mark it down on paper. This measurement is most often used for stockings and custom-made pants. Stand in front of a mirror with your legs slightly apart. Wrap a tape measure around the thickest part of your thigh. Keep it parallel to the floor and taut, but do not pull so tight that it digs into your flesh.
Bring the ends together in the front of your thigh. Read the number using the mirror or by looking down while keeping your leg and the tape measure still. This measurement is typically used for certain types of formal trousers. Stand in front of a mirror with your back straight and your feet and legs slightly apart. Hold the end of the tape measure at the center back of your natural waist. Gently and loosely pull the tape between your legs and over your crotch, keeping the other end positioned at the center front of your natural waist.
Look at the measurement in the mirror or by cautiously bending your head down without changing your posture. Measure your sleeve length.
This measurement is used for certain types of formal, professional, and custom tops. Ask a friend for help. Stand with your elbow bent at a degree angle with your hand resting on your hip.
Instruct your friend to hold the tape measure at the center back of your neck. Have your friend extend the tape measure to your outer shoulder, down over your elbow, and down to your wrist. This should be one full measurement. Do not break it up into pieces. Mark the number down using pencil and paper. Measure your upper arm.
Use this measurement when ordering a custom or tailor-fit top or dress. Stand in front of a mirror with your arm extended outward. Wrap a tape measure around the thickest part of your upper arm. Keep the tape measure somewhat taut, but do not let it dig into your skin. Look at the measurement in the mirror or by turning your head without moving your arm or the tape measure. Measure your shoulder width.
Our women's body measurements charts make online shopping easy for you. nirtsnom.tk for Business can ensure consistent sizing for your orders. nirtsnom.tk for Business Quality you can put your name on ®. Size Guide Please note that size charts relate to ASOS own brand clothing and are designed to fit to the following body measurements. Some brands may vary from these measurements but you can still use them as a guide. E - Outseam - Measurement of the leg length from the top of the waist band at the hip to the bottom hem of the pant leg. F - Waist - Diameter of the waist inside of the top seam. Multiply this number by 2 for the final measurement.